Episode: Destined for Glory - Feat. Dr. Haley Jacob


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Destined for Glory - Feat. Dr. Haley Jacob

Welcome to this special episode of The Bible Project podcast! In this episode, Tim and Jon sit down with theologian and scholar Dr. Haley Goranson Jacob and discuss her book, Conformed to the Image of His Son: Reconsidering Paul's Theology of Glory in Romans.

Haley is an assistant professor of Theology at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington.

The guys and Haley discuss different lenses used to understand Paul’s theology around the word “glory” and different ideas of what it means to become Christlike.

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Show Resources:
Haley's book:
https://www.ivpress.com/conformed-to-the-image-of-his-son
Haley’s bio: https://www.whitworth.edu/cms/academics/theology/newsletter/profiles/haley-goranson/

Show Produced by:
Dan Gummel

Show Music:
Defender Instrumental, Tents

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